Chidambaram lashes out at Modi government, says "India is a country where we are not allowed to question"

Sep 16 2020 12:50 PM
Chidambaram lashes out at Modi government, says

New Delhi: Congress leader P. Chidambaram said on Tuesday that India is a unique parliamentary democracy where no questions are asked or debated. He said this when the party was not allowed to speak in the Lok Sabha on the issue of stalemate in Ladakh. 

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh spoke on the ongoing standoff on the border with China in eastern Ladakh on Tuesday. Congress was not allowed to speak after his statement. This angered the Congress members who staged the Lok Sabha walkout. Thereafter, they gathered in front of the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the Parliament House complex and protested.

P. Chidambaram has made a tweet about the same issue. In a tweet, he wrote, "Today, India is a unique parliamentary democracy where no question can be asked and where debate is not allowed". Not only that, but he also attacked the central government's statement that the data of migrants who lost their lives during the lockdown is not available. In his next tweet, he said, "Today, India is a unique country where there is no data available about the death of migrants who have gone to their homes". He also stressed on the government for the economic situation in the country.

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